Toxin Calculator

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Check Your Potential Toxicity Level

This is by no means a scientific process, but ticking the boxes below does give you an approximate percentage result indicating the number of common toxins you are exposed to, and an estimate of how urgent the need may be for a detox program.

Be brutally honest with yourself!

Category 1 (Drugs). Tick any of the drug groups you have used in the last 12 months

Antidepressants or antipsychotics
Blood Thinners
Hormone replacement
Nasal Spray
Pain Killers
Steroids or steroid cream

Category 2 (Environmental). Tick any of these chemicals categories that may be in your workplace

Asbestos or dust
Cleaning agents
Heavy metals (construction)
Moss and mould spray
Tanalized timber
Welding fumes

Category 3 (Home). Tick any of these chemicals categories that may be used at home

Cleaning agents
Facial Cosmetics
Exhaust or Petrol Fumes
Hair Colouring
Damp house, Bark or Firewood (Mould)
Manure, or Pets in the house (Airborne Parasites)
Mercury Fillings
Unfiltered water (town supply or bore)
Weed killer spray

Category 4 (Food). Tick any of these foods that you eat every week

Baking (biscuits, slice, cake etc)
Bread (including muffins, doughnuts etc)
Breakfast cereal
Deep fried foods (fish & chips, wontons etc)
Smoking (Cigarette, Vape, Cannabis etc)
Fizzy Drinks (or Energy Drinks)
Pasta or Instant noodles
Potato chips
Processed meat (salami, jerky, bacon etc)
Red meat (including pork)
Snack bars
Sugary sweets

Category 5 (Medical Tests). Tick any test from the Doctor come back high in the last year?

CRP (inflammation)
High Blood Pressure
High Blood Sugar (or HBA1C)
High Cholesterol
Liver Enzymes or Fatty Liver
Kidney Function Tests (Urea or Creatinine)

Category 6 (Health Issues). Tick any of these health complaints you have had in the last 12 months.

Acid reflux or indigestion
Asthma or other breathing difficulty
Bloating or Gas
Candida Overgrowth or Thrush
Crohn’s Disease
Chronic Fatigue
Eczema or Psoriasis
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Sinus Congestion
Type 2 diabetes
Urinary tract infections
Weight gain
Worms or other Parasites

Category 7 (Mental/Emotional). Tick any of these health situations you have had in the last 12 months.

Anger Management Issues
Toxic or Stressful Family Relationships
Toxic or Stressful Spousal Relationship
Toxic or Stressful Workplace Relationship


Take Action NOW

A toxicity level over 15% indicates an underlying metabolic toxin level that could become a problem, and may potentially be the reason for an ongoing irritation or health issue. 

A toxicity level over 25% suggests urgent action and commitment to make some significant changes.

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Metabolic Toixicity Explained

The concept of metabolic toxicity and its impact on the body’s biochemistry is complex and can’t be accurately represented as a simple overall toxicity percentage. Metabolic toxicity refers to the harmful effects on the body’s metabolic processes due to the accumulation of toxic substances or metabolic byproducts. 

This can lead to various health concerns, but the severity and nature of these concerns depend on multiple factors, such as:

  1. Type of Toxin: Different toxins have different effects on the body. For example, heavy metals like lead or mercury have different biochemical impacts compared to toxins from alcohol or certain medications.
  2. Exposure Level: The amount and duration of exposure to a toxin significantly influence the level of metabolic toxicity. Small exposures might have negligible effects, but chronic or high-level exposures can be serious.
  3. Individual Differences: Factors like genetics, age, health status, and lifestyle (diet, exercise, etc.) can influence how an individual’s body processes and tolerates toxins.
  4. Interactions with Other Factors: The interaction of toxins with other elements in the body, such as medications or nutritional deficiencies, can also impact the level of toxicity and its effects.


Regarding the body’s response to metabolic toxicity, several mechanisms can be affected:

  • Enzyme Function: Toxins can inhibit or alter the function of enzymes involved in metabolic processes.
  • Oxidative Stress: Many toxins induce oxidative stress by generating free radicals, which can damage cells and tissues.
  • Inflammation: Some toxins can trigger inflammatory responses, leading to various health issues.
  • Endocrine Disruption: Certain toxins can interfere with hormone production and regulation, affecting metabolic balance.


Given these complexities, it’s not feasible to quantify overall metabolic toxicity exactly as a percentage.

Instead, medical professionals assess toxicity based on specific biomarkers, symptoms, and exposure levels relevant to the particular toxin or metabolic byproduct in question.

If you suspect chronic metabolic toxicity, it’s important to consult with a healthcare provider for proper testing, diagnosis, and treatment tailored to the specific situation.


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© Brett Elliott

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